'Hire Slow, Fire Fast' is catchy. And wrong.
The aphorism Hire Slow, Fire Fast has a kernel of truth to it, but it's also really misleading. If you're an effective manager, you actually can hire quickly, and you would terminate someone's employment only after long and careful consideration.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What does 'Hire Slow, Fire Fast' Mean?
- What's wrong with it?
- What 'should' I do?
Mentioned in This Cast
- Effective Hiring: Set The Bar High
- How To Respond To a Departure: Don't Hire
- Writing a Job Description - Part 1
- How To Create A Simple Behavioral Interview Question
- Quick and Dirty Interviews
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